Family and Consumer Science

Hospitality-Culinary Arts, Human Services, Design

Career and Technical Education

Career and Technical Education courses (CTE) lets you explore careers, learn new skills and gain hands-on experience. In some cases, you can earn CTE college credit or an industry certificate while in high school. Learn more about CTE student leadership programs at OSPI CTE.

CLASSES YOU CAN TAKE IN MIDDLE SCHOOL

Note: Check with your school for availability. Middle school CTE classes focus on STEM concepts, leadership and entry level industry and employment skills.
  • 7th Grade Family and Consumer Science Education I
  • 8th Grade Family and Consumer Science Education II
  • 8th Grade Kitchen Academy

CLASSES YOU CAN TAKE IN HIGH SCHOOL

Note: Check with your school for availability.

  • Culinary Essentials I
  • Culinary Essentials II
  • Food for Active Body-= 3rd Year Science Equivalency
  • International Cuisine
  • Living on Your Own
  • Child Development
  • Early Childhood
  • Interior Design= Art Equivalency
  • Clothing and Fashion One = 0.5 Art Equivalency
  • Clothing and Fashion Two


Dual Credit or Certificate

WHAT YOU CAN DO RIGHT AFTER HIGH SCHOOL

CTE DUAL CREDIT - Use the credit you can earn in this pathway!


Get an entry level job!

  • Barista
  • Food preparation
  • Restaurant host


Continue your education and training at a technical school, two-year college or four-year university. Here are some examples:

  • Lake Washington Institute of Technology
  • Bellevue College
  • Skagit Valley College
  • Edmonds College
  • Seattle Central College
  • Washington State University-Hospitality Business Management

BEGIN YOUR CAREER! Here are some examples.

On-the-job training
  • Chef
  • Concierges
  • Child care worker


Associates Degree

  • Preschool teacher
  • Event planning


Bachelors Degree

  • Teacher
  • Social worker


Master's Degree

  • School counselor
  • Librarian

CAREER INFORMATION

Career information available on Hello ID-High School Beyond Plan-Career Planner. More information about careers, job trends and educational programs can be found at:

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